Tasmania isn’t letting the dust settle after Ten Days on the Island before launching into another festival.
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Tasmania isn’t letting the dust settle after Ten Days on the Island before launching into another festival. Nayri Niara, a three-day Indigenous Music, Arts and Culture festival will inhabit Tasmania’s pristine Bruny Island at the beginning of April.